These are chat archives for ipython/ipython

25th
Jun 2015
Scott Sanderson
@ssanderson
Jun 25 2015 00:52
@rgbkrk you could also just have ALL the Jupyter repos as a submodule of a development repo and do git submodule update --remote && git submodule foreach --recursive "git submodule update"
idk if that bash-fu is any more maintainable than your current bash-fu though...
Fernando Perez
@fperez
Jun 25 2015 00:58
hey @rgbkrk, can you remind me, do we have a docker image ready to go that has spark already in it?
Fernando Perez
@fperez
Jun 25 2015 01:06
for now I'm going with this https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/codeneuro/notebooks/, from Jeremy Freeman, which is what he's using to run http://notebooks.codeneuro.org/ (code here https://github.com/CodeNeuro/notebooks/tree/master/worker/docker), but let me know if I should look elsewhere...
Brian E. Granger
@ellisonbg
Jun 25 2015 03:16
@fperez I can also have Auberon look at this as well if needed
Brian E. Granger
@ellisonbg
Jun 25 2015 03:35
@/all I think I am going to put my kids in charge of sticker and T-shirt distribution at SciPy...they are really excited about it all...
Kyle Kelley
@rgbkrk
Jun 25 2015 03:37
Freeman has the best stuff, I'd go with that
Fernando Perez
@fperez
Jun 25 2015 17:37
OK, thanks Kyle... No worries Brian, seems Jeremy's images are the way to go for now. We'll use that for the time being.
Kyle Kelley
@rgbkrk
Jun 25 2015 19:24
Is there a way to launch a console that writes a connection file as well? I'm currently running ipython kernel followed by jupyter console --existing, when I really want it all in one.
I don't need to know what the connection file is, just that it's created.
Min RK
@minrk
Jun 25 2015 20:20
@rgbkrk jupyter console will write a connection file.
Kyle Kelley
@rgbkrk
Jun 25 2015 20:25
omg awesome
sorry
I think this thought was from when I used ipython console --existing
Thanks Min